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Synonyms for cartoon

Synonyms for cartoon

a humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine

a film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence

draw cartoons of

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And now, they've been compiled for the first time in the five-disc ``Pink Panther Classic Cartoon DVD Collection,'' which arrived in stores Tuesday.
Dunne added that the family-friendly programming that Boomerang provides gives parents the opportunity to introduce their favorite cartoon stars and programs to their own young children.
Now, imagine it happening in Atlanta, corporate home of Cartoon Network.
CONTACT: Richard Lewis or Marc Grossmann of Hanna Barbera Cartoons, 213-882-1602; or Chip Duffey of Cartoon Network, Atlanta, 404-885-4118/
That was not the case in men who seemed to "expect" the cartoons to be funny from the start.
Many cartoons use common symbols, such as dollar signs (money), doves (peace), or Uncle Sam (the United States).
The AEL said it had used the Holocaust cartoon when it began a campaign in February 2006 to "illustrate with cartoons the double morals of the West during the Danish cartoon affair.
Rare is the kids' film that inspires comparisons to the surreal work of Luis Bunuel and Jacques Tati, but that's the case with Cartoon Network's utterly loopy ``Re-animated,'' which is sort of a ``What's wrong with this picture?
Catholic Insight holds to the view that any cartoons hateful or derogatory of religion, race or personhood are not in the true interest of society.
First, inflammatory Danish cartoons that stereotype Islam, published four months earlier, aroused a small but influential Muslim minority to react so violently that the overgeneralizations expressed by those cartoons received an unwarranted validation.
By the time the University of Illinois student newspaper republished cartoons satirizing the Prophet Muhammad on February 9, the images had already provoked a worldwide fury marked by violent protests in several countries.
Rose is the man who published the dirty dozen cartoons of Mohammed, one of them featuring his turban shaped like a bomb, that sent Muslims everywhere into February's fine fury.
His primary medium is drawing, which he uses to transform his daily observations into cartoons.